8th Annual Risk Management Forum

On the 8th Annual Risk Management Forum  the attendees will be presented with a number of sessions on today’s current issues and trends, industry best practices seeking to address common challenges, and knowledge-sharing opportunities. The goal of the conference is to uncover the insights of the most emerging topics.

Our expert speakers will provide an insight into their experiences throughout interesting keynote presentations, case studiesQ&A, networking sessions and interactive panel discussion.

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Event schedule

Day one

  • 08:20 Registration & Networking with Welcome Coffee

  • 08:45 Greeting from the Project Lead & GLC Icebreaker Session

  • 08:55 Opening Remarks from the Chair

  • 09:00 Navigating the Impact of Regulatory Capital Change on the Banking Industry

  • 09:40 SSM Multi-Year Plan for ICAAP and ILAAP – Developing a joint understanding of key risk management processes for banks

  • 10:20 Tea, Coffee, Networking

  • 10:50 NPLs Second Line of Defense: from reporting to forward looking monitoring

  • 11:30 The use of affordability controls in the (retail) credit risk assessment

  • 12:10 Leveraging Innovation & Diversity in Risk and Controls

  • 12:50 Luncheon & Networking

  • 13:50 To Clear or Not To Clear: That is the Question

  • 14:30 Transaction Risk Analysis (TRA) from RTS on Strong Customer Authentication under PSD II

  • 15:10 Tea, Coffee, Networking

  • 15:40 The Business Case for Stress Testing

  • 16:20 Integrated scenario analysis: relating Icaap, stress tests and strategic planning

  • 17:00 Stress testing, portfolio modelling, and Risk appetite

  • 17:40 Closing Remarks from the Chair

  • 17:45 End of Day 1

  • 18:00 Sightseeing tour

Day two

  • 08:30 Meet, Greet & Networking with Welcome Coffee

  • 08:55 Opening Remarks from the Chair

  • 09:00 Digitalization – Transforming Risk Management

  • 09:40 PSD2 and Open Banking

  • 10:20 Assessing Risk Culture in Financial Institutions

  • 11:00 Tea, Coffee, Networking

  • 11:30 IRRBB – Developments and Challenges

  • 12:10 Timelines and introduction of FRTB

  • 12:50 Luncheon & Networking

  • 13:50 IFRS 9 Benchmarking

  • 14:30 NPL corporate portfolios-Optimize value under new regulators NPL guidance

  • 15:10 Closing Remarks from the Chair

  • 15:15 Closing Remarks from the Chair

  • 16:00 Farewell Tea, Coffee, Networking

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Our Speakers

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Thomas Hougaard
Thomas HougaardChief Risk Analyst
Hanna Sarraf
Hanna SarrafHead of Risk Strategy
Bank of Ireland
Lucio Della Ratta
Lucio Della RattaAudit Director, Europe
United Kingdom
Alexander Tsorlinis
Alexander TsorlinisHead of Market Risk Management
Raiffeisen Bank International
Jeff Simmons
Jeff SimmonsHead of Enterprise Risk
United Kingdom
Tim Wickens
Tim WickensGlobal Head of Funds Credit | FI Credit
Lloyds Banking Group
United Kingdom
Martin Zeman
Martin ZemanHead of Operational Risk Department
Česká spořitelna
Czech Republic
Naji Freiha
Naji FreihaManaging Director - Head of Risks & Capital Adequacy
Steven Van Droogenbroeck
Steven Van DroogenbroeckGeneral Manager Integrated Risk
Kasper Sylvest
Kasper SylvestHead of Financial Market Infrastructures
Danske Bank
Marlon Maass
Marlon MaassPrincipal Supervisor in DGMSIV/MSD
European Central Bank
James Tebboth
James TebbothChief Credit Officer
Nationwide Building Society
United Kingdom
Daniela Thakkar
Daniela ThakkarMethodology & Membership Executive
Global Credit Data
The Netherlands
Ralf Zeitlberger
Ralf ZeitlbergerHead of Holding Workout / Workout Coordination Saving Banks
Erste Group Bank AG
Juan Rio Salvador
Juan Rio SalvadorVice President Senior Risk and Controls Manager
Citibank Europe Plc Institutional Client Group EMEA
Laurent Balthazar
Laurent BalthazarIntegrated Risk Director

Our Advisors

Peter Quell
Peter QuellHead of Portfolio Modelling for Market and Credit Risk
DZ Bank AG
Jeff Simmons
Jeff SimmonsManaging Director, Head of Enterprise Risk Management
The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi
United Kingdom
Chiara Francesca Capelli
Chiara Francesca CapelliHead of Group Models Methodologies & Standards and Regional Support
Duarte Pitta Ferraz
Duarte Pitta FerrazProfessor of Governance & International Banking
NOVA - School of Business & Economics
Philip Winckle
Philip WinckleExecutive Director
Global Credit Data
David Grünberger
David GrünbergerHead of IFRS Enforcement
Austrian Financial Market Authority
Thomas Ribarits
Thomas RibaritsHead of Financial Engineering & Advisory Services Division
European Investment Bank
Rainer Pullirsch
Rainer PullirschExecutive Director, Head Credit Models Validation

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Who will you meet?

CROs, CFOs, COOs, Presidents/VPs/EVPs/FVPs/SVPs, Global Heads, Department Heads, Managing Directors, Directors, International/Senior Managers OF:

  • Asset/Liability Management
  • Balance Sheet Management
  • Bank & Country Risk
  • Capital Management
  • Capital Modeling
  • Compliance
  • Counterparty Credit Risk
  • Credit Portfolio Management
  • Credit Research
  • FI Risk Management
  • Funding Risk
  • Funds Transfer Pricing
  • Interest Rate Risk
  • Portfolio Strategy
  • Prudential Policy
  • Quantitative Analysts
  • Risk Analysis
  • Risk Control
  • Risk Integration
  • Risk Integration
  • Risk Methods
  • Risk Model Development
  • Risk Modelling
  • Risk Strategy
  • Stress Testing
  • Supervision/Regulation
  • Media Partners

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You might find free to attend events which are usually organized by a solution/service provider within the industry. Unlike at free to attend events, on a paid event you will find more diverse industry knowledge rather than presentations related to services or solutions.
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We understand that not all senior-level professionals might be available on the dates. As the event is an annual event, most of the attendees try to postpone their engagements or send a small group from their teams to benefit from the conference.

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